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. this is united states of america. that's the objective. >> reporter: in carroll county, jeff hager, abc 2 news. >>> a class action lawsuit involving students at the university of california. it stems from an incident last november at the uc davis campus. a police officer pepper sprayed students at a a sit in. they were at close range and on a walking path. the police were trying to rid the encampment and they will receive $31,000 each for that proposed settlement. >>> the woman claims that the incident happened in december last year on a flight to new orleans. she says the flight attendant brought her tea and it was so hot she suffered second degree burns. she says the tea spilled into her lap and left her permanently scared. a lawsuit is seeking $800,000. >>> if you want an e reader and have been thinking about buying one, hang on. >> the new ones may be better than those in the past. we're going to tell you why many say these may be the best. >>> this is not harry potter but it is the same author, we're going to tell you about jk rollings newest book. >>> and we still have lot offense clouds
're trying to encourage is assimilation. we're all the melting pot. this is the united states of america. that's the objective. >> a spokesperson for the aclu says the ordinance is pointless and mean spirited. today's meeting on that ordinance is set for 1:30. >>> people living in colorado don't know whether to break out the winter coats or keep wearing shorts. a storm system brought rain mix requested snow in higher elevations in denver when temperatures hit around 60 degrees, that was the temperature yesterday and they say by this weekend they can expect to see dry sunny conditions where it will be about 70 degrees weather, so definitely a wild ride in colorado. >>> we have video from utah about snow there. isn't this a little premature. >> it happens but it is a little premature, especially in the mountains you can get that. we can be seeing an early winter around here as well. as we look at what's going on around the nation right now, we can see showers and storms breaking ou and kansas. all this is sliding off towards the skies we are working with -- the east and we are working with
in the united states. >> reporter: the hackers have not been able to steal any money in these attacks or disrupt financial markets, but authorities fear the next generation of wide scale cyber assaults could be far more devastating. >> and if they get inside the banks, they can move money around and cause financial chaos. >> so, pierre, the hackers are blanketing the banks with these attacks, but so far, everyone's money is safe. >> reporter: that's right, george. to be clear, no money has been stolen yet. but many people trying to bank online could not for a time get access to their accounts. you can see how that could make it difficult for a small business. so, that's why tonight, the government is working so hard to locate and block those ongoing attacks. >> okay, thank you. >>> the race for the white house now. your voice, your vote. and with 40 days to go, voters lined up in iowa, a big turnout for the start of early voting there. and it comes as the candidates are closing in on that first debate next wednesday. we got a previous of that faceoff today in the battleground of virginia. abc's
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